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CineMaven, When Frieda Inescort appeared in "The Letter" at Warners, it became obvious that Bette Davis resented her. Eventually Inescort had little screen time and was constantly photographed from the back in order not to compete with the star. Hmmm.

But then again, when you can't get along with the obliging Lillian Gish ("The Whales of August"), something is wrong.

 

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1. I agree about Cromwell looking like DiCaprio, Smokey.

 

2. Marilyn was just downy. Sometimes the light catches that funny (even on the face?see Ginger Rogers) and you realize that in our soft blonde way, some of us can be almost as hirsute as men!

 

3. I absolutely adore Frieda Inescort. She can be both sweet and earnest, as in CALL IT A DAY, or marvelously acerbic, as in YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH. She and Robert Benchley are priceless together in that one.

 

4. Gosh it?s jarring to see fashions of the 1970s when you are admiring the terrific clothes of the preceding decades. A low point for style, IMHO (I?m not complaining though, Mongo?wouldna dream of it!).

 

5. Looks like Frank is trying to blow dust off the internal lens or something. At least when you say ?in the camera,? you don?t mean that he?s grabbing it from someone of whom he doesn?t approve!

 

Such a wonderful, wonderful thread and collection. Merry Christmas, all!

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May Robson and actor friend Hobart Bosworth chatting

 

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Pretty Gloria Jean ready to take off for the holidays

 

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The original Dead End Kids: Bernad Punsley, Billy Halop, Huntz Hall, Gabriel Dell, Bobby Jordan,

and Leo Gorcey. Ready, get set, go!

 

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